This quiz is designed to test your knowledge of people, places and events that you studied in the Year 7 History unit – The Black Death.
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In what year did the Black Death arrive in England?CorrectIncorrect
How did the Black Death arrive in England?CorrectIncorrect
What two animals were responsible for carrying and transmitting the plague bacteria?CorrectIncorrect
Where did the Black Plague start?CorrectIncorrect
Choose the correct ending for this sentence, from the choices below:
“Medieval people believed that the Black Death was caused by the misalignment of the planets, God’s punishment and _____________________.”CorrectIncorrect
True or False:
The Black Death of 1348 resulted in the lowest number of deaths, compared to previous plagues in history.CorrectIncorrect
Here are some ways of treating the plague in medieval times. Which is the odd one out?CorrectIncorrect
Here are some ways of avoiding the plague in medieval times. Which is the odd one out?CorrectIncorrect
Which of the following was NOT a consequence of the Black Death?CorrectIncorrect
Type a word from the list in each blank space of the paragraph below.
Here are the words:
King England half animals rights 1381 400 years peasants wages London Death Wat villages
After the Black , the population of was reduced by almost . Crops lay rotting, were left unattended, and many were abandoned altogether. It took almost for Europe’s population to recover to pre-plague levels. About 30 years after the Black Death, the began to revolt. They wanted more rights and higher . So they marched to to see the . He agreed to their demands, but unfortunately, one of the peasants’ leaders, Tyler, was killed. Overall, the Peasants’ Revolt of was a failure because nothing really changed for the peasants at all. Life was just as hard and they had virtually no at all.